South Park, PA Community Information
South Park Township is a township in the southern part of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States, near Pittsburgh. The population was 13,416 at the 2010 census. A large portion of the township consists of a county park of the same name. Activities provided in the park include ice skating rinks, tennis courts, a roller hockey rink, a championship golf course, picnic areas, shelters, playgrounds, ball fields, sled riding areas, summer concerts, horse-back riding, walking and biking trails, a very large wave-action swimming pool, and a large dog park.
The area in and around South Park Township was settled in the mid-18th century. It is the location of the Oliver Miller Homestead where in 1794, the first shots of the Whiskey Rebellion were fired. Composed of portions of St. Clair and Jefferson townships in 1845, South Park was originally called Snowden Township. Allegheny County acquired several large parcels of farm land mostly within Snowden Township and created a regional recreational area named South Park. Woodruff & Smith is the choice for a HVAC Contractor when residents of South Park, PA need furnace repair & AC repair.